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JavaScriptMVC

Homepage

http://javascriptmvc.com/

Latest release

3.2.2 (01/02/2012)

Developed by

Bitovi

Licenses

MIT License

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Tags

  • javascript

  • web framework

  • mvc

Description

JavaScriptMVC (JMVC) is a MIT licensed, client-side, JavaScript framework that builds maintainable, error-free, lightweight applications as quick as possible. It packs best-of-breed libraries and tools that are guaranteed to work together. It supports every browser that jQuery supports.

If you are new to the framework, this page followed by the tutorials is the best place to start.

JMVC's goodies are broken down into four sub-projects:

  • jQueryMX - jQuery MVC and DOM extensions
  • StealJS - JavaScript and CSS dependency management and build tools
  • FuncUnit - Functional and unit testing framework
  • DocumentJS - Documentation engine

JavaScriptMVC is extremely modular. Use each sub-project together or separately (via thedownload builder). Start small, using only $.Controller and add in parts of the framework as necessary.

The remainder of this page highlights each sub-project. Click the the project links on the left for a more in-depth overview of the sub-project.

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